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The Quiet Evolution of Energy Regulation

Changes, spurred in part by new market participants, will affect the industry and customers.

, The National Law Journal

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Public attention to the energy industry over the past decade and more has focused on four issues: (1) the movement from fossil fuels to more emissions-friendly energy sources, (2) the increased availability and affordable nature of fossil fuels, (3) the greater ability of consumers to control their energy use and (4) the introduction of new market structures.

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